|Copra Dock Dances - Flyaway Productions|
Modern dancers "re-purpose" the Copra Crane on Islais Creek for a stunning dance performance. The Copra Crane has been the subject of a campaign to save it as a monument to the old days of longshoring at the creek.
Keywords: dance; Copra Crane; Islais Creek
|Audition Video Ramon Gaitan|
"audition video Ramon Gaitan - 1 solo Descilucion final, 2 duet, Oblivion, 3 duet, Blue Pas"
Keywords: vhs; San Francisco Dance Center; contemporary ballet; dance audition
|Street Jam with Barry Joyce - Rhapsody Productions, Inc.|
"Dance To The Heat Of The Street with Barry Joyce. A U.S. National Aerobic Champion who has traveled internationally demonstrating his unique style in creative dance and choreography." -- description from box.
Keywords: vhs; workout; dance; aerobics
|Professional Workshop Application Video - Abbey Roesner|
"Abbey Roesner -student choreography by Anthony Smith, Romeo and Juliet by Anthony Tudor, Duende by Nacho Duato, Improvisation"
Keywords: vhs; dance; contemporary ballet; Alonzo King; audition
|Rebuilding Indian Country 1933 - Department of the Interior. Division of Motion Pictures|
Reel 1, maps show the origin and history of the American Indian. Modern Indians work in Wisconsin's lumber industry, keep watch for forest fires, and clear bushes in the forest. Includes a close-up of a Delaware Indian treaty. Reel 2, Chippewa Indians make fishnets. Indians work on roads with tractors, picks, and shovels, stand in line at a field kitchen, engage in native handicrafts, and spear salmon on the Columbia River...
Keywords: Canning and preserving; Church buildings; Civilians; Colombia; Fishing; Highway construction; Hospitals; Indian craft; Indian dance; Indians of North America; Motion pictures; Navajo Indians; Ojibwa Indians; Pima Indians; Roads; Rodeos; Schools; Sheep; Living New Deal
|How To Be A Ballerina - Paul Lowin|
"...this fun and informative video demonstrates some simple but beautiful ballet movements that you can learn at home..."
Keywords: vhs; Royal Academy of Dance; Sleeping Beauty; juvenile; ballet
|Federal Theatre In San Francisco Circa 1936 - Federal Works Agency. Work Projects Administration|
A ballroom dance team, a dancing chorus, and various specialty dancers rehearse. Wardrobe and sets are designed, and a play rehearsed. Shows scenes from the play "Devil Passes" and general views of San Francisco.National Archives Identifier: 12373Local Identifier: 69.60* Creator(s): Federal Works Agency. Work Projects Administration. (07/01/1939 - 06/30/1943) (Most Recent)* From: Series : Motion Picture Films, compiled 1931 - 1937* Record Group 69: Records of the Work Projects Administration, 19...
Keywords: Dance; Motion pictures; San Francisco (Calif.); Theater; Living New Deal
|A Better Missouri 1937 - Federal Works Agency. Work Projects Administration|
On WPA projects in Missouri. Gravel is quarried. Streets are paved in St. Louis and county roads surfaced. The Joplin airport is graded and surfaced. Shows schools under construction. A square dance is held in the Winona community hall. Clay is dug, sampled, and made into pottery. Women learn hand weaving. Shows agricultural exhibits at the Sedalia State Fair and nursery school activities. WPA geological units survey for water, wells are dug, and water is tested for mineral content...
Keywords: Agriculture; Airports; Dance; Highway construction; Missouri; Motion pictures; Nursery schools; Pottery; Sewage; Weaving; Wells; Living New Deal
|American Cultures For Children Irish American Heritage - Schlessinger Media|
"...children are introduced to the land, history, and customs of Ireland along with the story of irish immigration to America..."
Keywords: vhs; juvenile; Irish American history; Gaelic vocabulary; traditional Irish dance; St Patrick's Day Parade; Legend of Knockmany; Celtic harp; Irish Folksong; Oro; Se Do
|Down Mobile Way 1935 - Department of the Interior. Division of Motion Pictures|
Scenes of azaleas in bloom, old homes, ships at docks, and bales of cotton, barrels of turpentine, and bunches of bananas being loaded on board freighters in Mobile, Ala., depict its culture and commercial activity. Shows a panorama of Gulf, Little River, and Cedar Creek State Parks in Alabama. CCC boys work in the forests and operate tractors and graders in State Parks; picnickers eat on outdoor tables...
Keywords: African Americans; Architecture; Cargo ships; Cedar Creek State Park (Ala.); Civilians; Dance; Gulf State Park (Ala.); Little River State Forest (Ala.); Mobile Bay (Ala.); Motion pictures; Picnicking; Living New Deal